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Thursday, April 15, 1999 Published at 14:15 GMT 15:15 UK


World: Europe

Images of a refugee attack



Nato has acknowledged that one of its planes mistakenly bombed a refugee convoy in southern Kosovo on Wednesday.

But while it has apologised for the action, it has also disputed a second alleged attack for which it says it is not responsible.

More than 60 refugees are reported to have been killed in at least two attacks in the province.


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Serb media say one bomb fell directly on a convoy of civilians on their way home.


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Homes were left ruined by another explosion.


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Nato has admitted that one of its missiles struck a convoy - but it is unclear which convoy was hit.


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Pictures from both blasts show vehicles destroyed.


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Serb TV also showed paramedics working at both scenes, taking the survivors to hospital.


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At one of the scenes, victims were taken away by wheelbarrow.


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